D-Lux

 

Page Type Gear Review
Object Title D-Lux
Manufacturer Cordless
Page By spyder550
Page Type Aug 14, 2002 / Aug 14, 2002
Object ID 455
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This pad has padded shoulder straps, side pocket, hip belt, speed metal buckles, and plush fabric top. Taco design.
Climbing Magazines' Dave Pegg had this to say ...

"Big and beefy, the D-Lux is a great all-around pad. At 48x41.5 inches, the landing area is a little bigger than most standard-sized pads. The foam is good-quality, with just enough give for a soft landing, but stout enough to withstand big impacts. The D-Lux also has metal speed buckles, although they aren’t quite as easy to use as the Metolius and Globe designs...A"

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Augie Medina - Sep 17, 2007 6:21 pm - Voted 5/5

Large Crash Pad Model
I have the "Large Crash Pad" Cordless model. It is virtually identical to the "D-Lux." This one is 48 x 41 inches and with all the above features. It has 3 layers of 3/8" stiff foam and 2" of dense shock-absorbing foam. The foam pieces can be rearranged according to your climbing problem. The pads are constructed as one piece. When folded, you can snap the buckles on the side and bottom and then strap on the padded shoulder straps and hip belt to carry in pack mode. A side velcro-closing pocket secures personal items. An excellent pad.

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